Other ‘dumped’ cus­tomers

The Daily Telegraph - Your Money - - YOUR MONEY -

Tele­graph Money read­ers will know that this is not the first time that we have cov­ered this is­sue on our pages – and we are sure it will not be the last.

In Novem­ber last year, Pawel Raczkowski was in a su­per­mar­ket when he re­alised his bank, NatWest, had uni­lat­er­ally frozen his cur­rent ac­count and Isa. We ex­plained the var­i­ous scenarios in which a bank might de­cide to dump you with­out giv­ing a rea­son.

In Fe­bru­ary this year we re­counted the tale of a young en­tre­pre­neur, Daniel Bent­ley, who was told by Bar­clays that it no longer wanted his busi­ness.

In April 2015, Charles Bartlett told us how he was given his march­ing or­ders by Bar­clays.

The rea­son has never been con­firmed but Mr Bartlett sus­pects it may be be­cause he was buy­ing and sell­ing “Bit­coin”, the con­tro­ver­sial but le­gal dig­i­tal cur­rency.

Have you have been dumped by your bank? Email money@ tele­graph.co.uk

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